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Should You Allow Your Tenant to Rent Month-to-Month?

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The pros & cons of month-to-month lease agreements As a landlord, you may find yourself wondering what type of lease agreement should you offer your tenants. Is a shorter-term lease, such as a month-to-month lease, the best fit for you? Or would a longer one, such as a one-year lease, more suitable for you?  To […]

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Most Common Tenant Complaints (and How to Resolve Them)

Resolving Tenant Complaints

Whether you’re a new landlord or seasoned at managing your rental property, tenant complaints are inevitable. Given this fact, you need to learn proactive ways to avoid common problems cropping up over and over again. Being able to quickly resolve complaints can encourage tenants to keep renewing their leases. It also elevates your professionalism and […]

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Texas Rent Increase Laws

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Rent regulation laws aim to keep housing affordable. Generally speaking, a rent regulation system involves four main elements: price controls, eviction controls, landlord and tenant responsibilities, and an oversight system. […]

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How to Vet a Tenant’s Rental History

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Part of any good tenant screening process is looking at a rental history. The way a resident has performed in the past is an excellent indicator of how that resident will perform in the future. When you’re evaluating tenants for your Fort Worth rental property, make sure you’re taking a close look at rental history […]

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4 Benefits of Hiring a Property Management Company

A reliable management company adds to the quality of your life. You can enjoy better cash flow since the management company can help with avoiding vacancies. Freeing up your time can help you move on to your next goal without worrying about repairs or problem tenants. Time is money, and by finding the right property […]

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Is Fort Worth a Good Place to Buy Rental Property?

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Fort Worth is a rental market full of opportunities for investors, whether you’re new to residential real estate or an experienced owner who is growing a portfolio. We work with a lot of local investors as well as buyers who are out of state or even out of the country. They recognize the value of […]

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Question to Ask Anytime You’re Hiring a Property Management Company

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When you’re looking for an experienced and reputable Dallas/Fort Worth property management company, you need to research experience, reputation, and customer service. Before you schedule an interview, get an idea of where they work, what types of properties they manage, and what people are saying about them. Once you’ve narrowed your search to a few […]

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Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords

Essential Tips for First Time Landlords

Congratulations—you’ve now decided to rent out your property! Being a landlord for the first time can be an exciting experience. If you successfully rent out your property, you’ll be able to pay off your property’s mortgage. You’ll also earn equity and have a steady stream of income each month. However, being a landlord can also […]

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How to Account for Pets in Your Lease Agreement

How to Account for Pets in Your Lease Agreement

When you decide to allow pets into your rental property, you’re opening up your tenant pool and reducing your risk of long vacancies. Most residents have at least one pet, and they wouldn’t dream of moving into a home without their beloved dog or cat. […]

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When Is it Time to Renovate Your Rental Property?

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Renovating a rental property can increase a home’s rental value and provide owners with more cash flow and larger returns in the long term. However, constantly pouring money into your rental property can get expensive and if you’re not careful, it will actually hurt your cash flow. […]

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